Debutants in IPL specially are always the hot topic of discussion, as IPL fans are always eager to know what else can these debutants bring to the table. Specially when the debutants are bought at lucrative prices, there is a lot more mystery that is created.
IPL 2021, has surely begun with a bang, and this time there are some very talented debutants that are going to make the rounds.
Here are top 5 debutants to watch out for in the IPL Season 2021:
1. Kyle Jamieson:
He is a kiwi all-rounder who made his debut on the national side in February 2020. During the IPL auction, Kyle Jamieson managed to lure the eyeballs of many teams and fans. He was finally sold to RCB (Royal Challengers of Bengaluru) for a total sum of 15 crores. The captain of RCB, Virat Kohli, was very pleased to have Kyle Jamieson in the roaster, as he can be shuffled between both batting and bowling. Since he has been bought by RCB for a huge sum, there is no chance he would be sitting out.
2. Shah Rukh Khan:
Since the beginning, amongst the best IPL predictions, one which we are all eyeing is the debut of Shah Rukh Khan. An all-rounder of Tamil Nadu, bad a base price of 20 lakhs. Punjab Kings roped him in for a total sum of 5.25 crores. People who would have followed his domestic career wouldn’t surely be shocked at the price he was roped in for.
3. Chetan Sakariya:
Royal roped in the 23-year-old left-arm bowler for a whopping sum of 1.20 crores. After his impressive performance, he came into the limelight Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy 2021, where he ended up becoming the sixth-highest wicket-taker. This bowler has played 16 of T20 matches, from which he has taken 28 wickets which also includes a five-wicket haul. Also, since Jofra Archer won’t be available for a while, he will surely make a mark in this short form.
4. Dawid Malan:
The England batsman is currently at the top list of the ICC player ranking of the T20 batsmen. Initially, he came into the fore as a low-order batsman and then he later on evolved as a top-order batsman. He will be playing for Punjab Kings and accompanying the captain KL Rahul at the top of the order. He has played 19 innings till now; he has a total of 855 runs and an average of 53.44, which is pretty impressive.
5. Mohammed Azharuddeen:
Belonging to a very small town in Kerala, he was spotted by RCB and was roped in for a base price of 20 lakhs. He played well in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, as he made the second-fastest century. He managed to reach his landmark in just 27 deliveries at Wankhede Stadium against Mumbai. He is a true asset to the RCB franchise.